morn

[ mawrn ]
/ mɔrn /

noun Literary.

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Origin of morn

before 900; Middle English morn(e), Old English morne (dative of morgen morning); cognate with Dutch, German Morgen
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British Dictionary definitions for morn

morn
/ (mɔːn) /

noun

a poetic word for morning
the morn Scot tomorrow
the morn's nicht Scot tomorrow night

Word Origin for morn

Old English morgen; compare Old High German morgan, Old Norse morginn
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